Spinmaster Releases DC Comics Limited Edition 1989 RC Batmobile with Action Figure

Spinmaster has released a limited edition 1989 RC Batmobile, with Action Figure. This truly is a must-have for any Batman and DC Collector.

This high-performance full-function vehicle offers incredible authentic movie details and is sure to impress, with its dynamic light-up headlights and water-activated smoke effects. You’ll feel like you’re right in the action as you recreate iconic scenes from the film. Even when you’re not driving it around, proudly display it on the included 360 Batcave Display Base.

This one-of-a-kind base slowly rotates your vehicle so it can be admired from all angles, making it the perfect addition to any collection. That’s not all, this set also includes an exclusive articulated 4-inch Batman figure that fits into the car and sits in the Batcave.

Kids and adults alike will love to create their own Super Hero adventures with The Flash toy figures & playsets! Super Hero toys are great for kids who love to roleplay and use their imagination.

With a range of cool toys for boys and girls to collect from The Flash movie, you can now expand your DC action figures with The Flash, Dark Flash, Batman, and more (each sold separately).

These toys, for all children, are perfect for kids that love Justice League collectible figurines, the DC multiverse, Super Hero movie collectibles, RC cars, and more. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to add this limited collector edition to your collection and bring cinema’s most iconic vehicle, the 1989 Batmobile RC, home.

Included with the Batmobile RC is a Charging Base, a 4-inch Batman Figure, a water dropper, an instruction guide, and 2 AAA Batteries.

The RC Batmobile is now available to pre-order from various retailers including Target and Amazon and will be released on 4th July.

Images and press release courtesy of Spinmaster


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